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Tysons Partnership in the Community: Volunteering for The Food for Others Power Pack Program 

The Tysons Partnership Community Responsibility Council (CRC) brought together over 20 members for an afternoon of volunteering and assembling food packs for The Food for Others Power Pack Program. The program supplements weekend meals for over 2,200 students in need. The group assembled more than 600 power packs. 

Tysons Partnership would like to give a special thank you to Food for Others for the work they do in helping others and to our members who volunteered their time including Capital One Hall, Capital One Center, JLL, LandDesign, Macerich, The Mather, The Watermark Hotel, Tysons Corner Center, Tysons Interfaith, as well as friends from Fairfax County Planning Commission, Tysons-based design firm Enthuse Creative, and other local community members.

Food for Others is currently looking to expand the Power Pack Program to five more schools to help supplement even more children’s meals, but they need our help! Due to supply chain shortages, some items have been delayed or cannot be purchased in bulk. Food for Others is requesting food donations for specific kid-friendly items. Please consider sending donations via Food for Others’ Amazon Wish List or drop off donations M-F, 9:30 to 5 pm, at loading dock 2 of the Food for Others warehouse located at 2938 Prosperity Ave, Fairfax, 22031. For additional information visit the Food for Others website.